A Californian prisoner has filed an enormous lawsuit against some of the most popular pop, hip-hop, R’n’B and rap artists of the last decade.
Rihanna, Jay Z, Chris Brown, Kanye West and Beyonce are all working together in one gigantic act of crime featuring the FBI, Homeland Security and the CIA – that’s the basic premise of the lawsuit that was filed on the 21st of April 2014. A Californian prisoner named Richard Dupree is behind it and claims that the five stars owe him $2.4 billion. According to the prisoner, the performers are the actual criminals, since they allegedly used the limitless power of government agencies such as Homeland Security and the FBI to help in their transgessions. Dupree claims that the government helped the recording artists steal the lyrics of the songs he wrote while he was behind bars.
The man implies that Rihanna and company stole nearly 3,000 songs from him, which allegedly cost billions of dollars.